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Continuously Scan for vulnerabilities

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We didn't set out to recreate the wheel. 

Best-of-breed scanners (Nessus) and reporting tools (PlexTrac) already exist.

We just wanted to add what was missing... Clarity

We combine a suite of best-of-breed tools with our IP, templates, workflows, and 20+ years of actually DOING the work to give you a proven and seamless vulnerability management solution.


(without the massive price tag)

Our Clients gave us a checklist of their vulnerability assessment wants and aspirations, and we enhanced our service to help them achieve exactly what they wanted so they could eliminate the pains and frustrations of their current process.
(Pricing starts at $150/mo)

You achieve this...

Enhanced Security to establish robust vulnerability management practices that bolster your cyber defenses, ensuring the safety of your digital assets and sensitive information.

Risk Reduction to identify and mitigate vulnerabilities that pose the greatest risks to your organization, reducing the likelihood of data breaches, financial losses, and reputational damage.

Compliance to align with industry regulations and compliance standards by effectively managing vulnerabilities, and avoiding potential legal and financial consequences.

Operational Continuity to minimize the impact of vulnerabilities on your business operations by preventing disruptions caused by cyber incidents and attacks.

Confidence and Trust to help you build confidence and trust among your customers, partners, and stakeholders by demonstrating a commitment to cybersecurity.

Proactive Approach to shift from a reactive to a proactive approach to cybersecurity, identifying and addressing vulnerabilities before they are exploited by malicious actors.

Data Protection to ensure the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of your data, safeguarding it from unauthorized access and breaches.

Resource Optimization to allocate your resources effectively, prioritizing vulnerability management efforts to address the most critical risks first.

Improved Incident Response to enhance your incident response capabilities, minimizing the impact of potential cyber incidents.

Industry Reputation to improve your industry reputation by demonstrating a commitment to cybersecurity, potentially gaining a competitive edge as a trusted organization.

Informed Patch Management to streamline the process of applying patches and fixes, reducing the potential for errors and system downtime.

Collaboration and Communication to foster better teamwork between different departments, such as IT, security, and management, to address vulnerabilities effectively.

Strategic Decision-Making to make informed decisions regarding cybersecurity investments and strategies based on a thorough historical understanding of vulnerabilities and associated risks.

Managed Asset Growth to support your growth trajectory by ensuring your expanding digital footprint remains secure from cyber threats.

Long-Term Resilience to establish a resilient cybersecurity framework that can adapt to evolving threats and technologies, ensuring sustained protection over time.

You eliminate this...

Complexity: Managing vulnerabilities can be complex, especially in large and intricate IT environments. Identifying all potential weaknesses, prioritizing them, and implementing appropriate fixes can be overwhelming.

Staying up-to-date with a Constantly Evolving Threat Landscape: The threat landscape is always changing, with new vulnerabilities emerging regularly. 

Wasted Time: Scanning for vulnerabilities, analyzing results, and applying patches or fixes demand significant time and resources. This can divert attention from other critical tasks.

Resource Constraints: Companies might lack the necessary skilled personnel, tools, and budget to effectively manage vulnerabilities, leading to inadequate protection.

False Positives/Negatives: Vulnerability scans can produce false positives (flagging non-existent vulnerabilities) or false negatives (missing actual vulnerabilities), making it challenging to determine actual risks.

Prioritization Dilemma: Not all vulnerabilities are equal in terms of risk. Deciding which vulnerabilities to address first requires a thorough risk assessment and understanding of potential impact.

Patch Management Challenges: Applying patches can lead to system downtime, compatibility issues, or unintended consequences that might affect business operations.

Vendor Coordination: Organizations often rely on third-party software and services, requiring effective coordination with vendors to obtain timely patches or fixes.

Compliance Pressure: Regulatory requirements and industry standards necessitate addressing vulnerabilities promptly to avoid non-compliance and potential legal consequences.

Limited Visibility: Lack of visibility into all devices, applications, and systems across the organization can result in blind spots where vulnerabilities may go unnoticed.

Resistance to Change: Implementing vulnerability management processes may face resistance from employees or departments unwilling to adopt new practices.

Skill Gap: Cybersecurity professionals with expertise in vulnerability management are in high demand, leading to a shortage of skilled personnel for this crucial task.

Dynamic Environments: Cloud environments, remote work, and mobile devices have increased the complexity of IT landscapes, making vulnerability management more challenging.

Scan infrastructure-as-code templates pre-deployment 

Uncover external threats by identifying unknown internet-facing attack surfaces

Quickly understand security gaps with flexible reporting and templated policies

Focus remediation with prioritization aligned to your unique environment

Discover assets and vulnerabilities across networks, clouds, containers, web apps, and more

Recognize Immediate Value & Benefits


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